I Think It’s Growing On Me

Posted by Rebecca

Something weird happened today.  I was running this morning in this pretty old neighborhood.  I don’t run in my hood because it’s a little too hood.  So I was in this beautiful old neighborhood – one of the oldest in Reno.  All the houses are smaller (my favorite) and most have tall, sharply peaked roofs with pretty stone work, brick, or stucco.

So I’m running along, looking carefully at each and every unique and lovely home.  One in particular catches my eye.  ‘That’s the one I would want,’ I think to myself.  It’s charming, quaint, small, and has a nearly flat roof.  Wait, what??  I like the one with the flat roof?  But the other ones are prettier.  And no doubt some of them have vaulted ceilings….  How could I be most drawn to the flat one with the low ceilings?

And then it dawns on me….  This trailer thing is growing on me.  I find charm in the flat bungalow shape of my home.  Comfort even.  So much so that on a tree-lined, windy street of cozy, old-fashioned homes, I single out the one that most reminds me of my home.  My home sweet home.

I once had the audacity of declaring to someone, during a stint of renting a couple of places with vaulted ceilings, that I had to live in a home with high ceilings.  For without them I could not breathe!  Well, I’m much less dramatic now.  And much happier.  And fully content with my 7 foot ceilings in my perfect little trailer home.

Rebecca Knabe

Advertisements
This entry was posted in By Rebecca by trailerchic. Bookmark the permalink.

About trailerchic

Somehow I ended up in a single-wide trailer, in Reno, Nevada. And somehow I love it. Here is where I tell my story about my trailer, and my passion for small space living, photography, travelling, and running.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s